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Leicestershire signs two-year contract extension with Sam Evans

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County cricket team Leicestershire on Tuesday announced signing the batsman Sam Evans for the next two seasons. The 22-year-old has played Leicestershire 2nd XI and Loughborough MCCU in the competitive cricket after making his debut in 2017.

In his county career he has so far played 12 First-class matches and scored 397 runs at a strike rate of 40.64 and played one off List A game.

Evans is a graduate from the academy at Grace Road and he will now spend two more years at Leicestershire Foxes. The club has been acquiring a young pool of talents including Evans whose tenure at the club until the end of 2022 season.

In fact, he also featured for Leicestershire in this year’s Bob Willis Trophy and scored 85 runs against Durham. He also finished the season opening the batting alongside Loughborough University graduate Hassan Azad, and also smashed 48 runs against Nottinghamshire.

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